Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Seattle in Photos


Our trip to Seattle was just perfect. The sun was shining, cherry blossoms were in bloom, every meal was delicious, and we had a great time visiting with family and watching our friends get married. Jonah and I spent some time in our old neighborhood. It was fun to reminisce and see how things have changed since we moved back to New York. We enjoyed meals at restaurants that were new to us, The Whale Wins, Hot Cakes and Gaudi, and visited old favorites like Volunteer Park Cafe and Top Pot Doughnuts. So much food and so many of our favorite people, no complaints from this happy, jet-lagged girl today.

13 comments:

  1. Hi Natalie, could you recommend any sushi places in Seattle (preferably downtown)? My bf and I are going for the first time in May (and we can't wait)! And thanks to you, Top Pot Doughnuts and Volunteer Park Cafe are definitely on our list to check out!

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    1. Shiro's is great! Hope you have a fun trip!

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  2. Looks and sounds like it was perfect! Experiencing the cherry blossoms is on my bucket list.

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  3. Beautiful photos! Looks like it was a great weekend!

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  4. Sounds (and looks!) like a wonderful trip! I'm still waiting for the cherry blossoms in the midwest.

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  5. Lovely pictures! I'm getting hungry after looking at this mussels! :)

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  6. Ciao, the photo of the peach blossoms suggest the springtime, but here in Florence today it seems to be in Alaska, it's so cold and the wind blows so strong! Nice all the post with beautiful tasty photos ...
    Sabrina

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  7. Oh I love Seattle. I used to live in Vancouver, so I'd go down all the time, just for a day or a weekend.

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  8. I love Seattle! If you're ever there again you have to try Molly Moon's ice cream, their lavender honey flavor can not be beat!

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  9. Looks like such a heavenly weekend! John and I still haven't been, but I'm feeling more inspired than ever to visit!

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  11. ahhhh Mussels in Seattle are to die for!! Ok, so this post is making me drool...

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  12. As someone who watches The Killing and used to be a Grey's Anatomy junkie, I am thrilled that you went to Seattle! haha. Always wanted to go. Love the photos and glad you had a good time :)

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